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62'9 Container Flat Wagon Drawings

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The 62'9" wagons were air braked originally used on liner trains to from Dublin to Cork, Limerick and Galway. The wagons were converted to carry timber when the log traffic started in the mid-1990s.


The Galway train was a Liner/Mail with a mixed consist of coaching and freight stock, with the wagon running at the rear of the train behind the mail & parcel vans.


A short train of these wagons appears near the end of Colm O'Callaghans video

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